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New and Noteworthy for Today, January 5, 2012

Here’s a bunch of links I saw today that I thought you might like.

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3 Responses to New and Noteworthy for Today, January 5, 2012

  1. Did you complain about recess appointments when GW Bush was in Office? The Senate is playing games with the “recess” and the president is playing his own Is there a GOP candidate (besides Paul) who would not have signed the NDAA? Time to realize there’s very little difference between the right and the left in a country that is now a fascist corporatocracy. WE, right and left, must realize we have more in common that in what separates us, because we all go down together against the hidden rulers of this world who have bought and paid for both sides.

    • The beef I personally have with the current recess appointments is the minor detail that Congress isn’t in recess. Which makes them unconstitutional. Are the folks in Washington fiddling while the country burns? Absolutely.

      That aside, we have no friends in Washington, and even the ones that say they are, aren’t.

      At this point, it doesn’t much matter if you vote for D or R, all you’re voting for is who is holding the shovel. R/D is irrelevant. The bottom line is whether you believe in freedom and liberty or control and statism.

      Until we take back our freedoms, liberties, and remind politicians who they work for, nothing changes.

      For a group of folks that derive their powers from the consent of the governed, they don’t much care what the governed thing.

      • Hey, Rudy…I really enjoy the site and agree with more than I disagree with. However, Congress IS in recess except for a ploy to be able to say they aren’t. If you were to walk through the congressional chambers today, there would be no one there. “Are the folks in Washington fiddling while the country burns?” Absolutely. Too much partisanship at the expense of the country when both sides are more concerned about winning than they are about the country.